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This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-MA785GM-US2H AM3/AM2+/AM2 AMD 785G HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: hdmi, hd gfx, solid capacitors, dualBIOS, I would recommend this product, wonderful manufacturer documentation
Cons: documentation on newegg for this product isn't to great. you need the 24p power connector but you also NEED a 2x4 12v connector, see other thoughts for details. my problem is not that it requires a 12v connector but that the requirement (as of 10/27/09) was not stated on newegg.com
Other Thoughts: it's a gigabyte, they aren't the best or the worst, but they make a good product for a good price
snippit from manual page 24 > > "If the 12v power connector is not connected, the computer will not start"
it is referred to as atx_12v_2x4
bought this for use in N82E16811190003, reading deeper the mobo manual recommends a 500w power supply.
this mobo will not mate up with the 20+4 connector in this case N82E16811190003. had only I known these wouldn't have worked together via the documentation...
Pros: Nice looks, decent material, it comes with a power supply. Easy to work with. Has 2 2.5 HD bays with slide out trays. Cover comes off easily, all and all nice case.
Cons: I didn't truly see a problem with the case, what I did see a problem with was the lack of information regarding the power supply. Knowing how many plugs it has is useful, knowing if it has 12v connector(s) is useful.
Other Thoughts: If you're buying this make sure it will mate up with your mobo. I had bought this to work with N82E16813128394, looking at the documentation it looks like it should go... but 20+4 pin power didn't mate up with the 24 pin on the mobo, plus the mobo requires 12vREAD FULL REVIEW